(WNY News Now) – Reg Lenna Center for The Arts is set to showcase the DC superhero movie “Blue Beetle” with a Spanish audio track on Saturday, September 30, at 4 p.m., coinciding with the Jamestown YWCA’s Latino Heritage Celebration earlier in the day.
Jamestown – On Saturday, September 30, at 4 p.m., the Reg Lenna Center for The Arts will present a special screening of “Blue Beetle,” a DC superhero movie that tells the story of Jaime Reyes, a recent college graduate who discovers an ancient alien relic known as the Scarab. The film follows Jaime’s journey as he becomes the Super Hero Blue Beetle, equipped with a powerful and unpredictable suit of armor. The movie, rated PG-13 and running for 127 minutes, offers a fresh take on the superhero genre.
This screening is made possible through sponsorship by the YWCA’s I.D.E.A. Coalition, with support from United Way. Tickets for this special event are priced at just $1, making it an accessible and exciting opportunity for the community to enjoy.
Looking ahead, Reg Lenna has a diverse lineup of upcoming films, including “Oppenheimer” featuring Cillian Murphy (October 7), “Barbie” starring Margot Robbie (October 11), a restored edition of Talking Heads’ 1984 concert film “Stop Making Sense” (October 18), a special 100th-anniversary showing of “Beetlejuice” (October 21), and the annual screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” (October 27).
Regular movie tickets are $7, while family films are $6, with an additional $1 theater restoration fee. Special movie engagements may have different pricing. Tickets can be purchased in person or online through reglenna.com. Sales hours are 12-5 p.m. on Monday and Friday and 12-8 p.m. on Wednesday. For inquiries, please call 716.484.7070.